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  • Kate Redmond reports a Colorado project helping meet basic needs of people living in the Navajo Nation is coming to the North Fork Valley for a visit with supporters at Big B's Delicious Orchards on Saturday. Plus Uncompahgre Watershed Partnership’s sustainable recreation coordinator Dan Chehayl talks with Gavin Dahl about the 16th annual Fly Fishing Film Tour this Saturday at the 4-H Center in Ridgway as well as their river restoration and mine reclamation projects.
  • Kate Redmond reports a Colorado project helping meet basic needs of people living in the Navajo Nation is coming to the North Fork Valley for a visit with supporters at Big B's Delicious Orchards on Saturday. Plus Uncompahgre Watershed Partnership’s sustainable recreation coordinator Dan Chehayl talks with Gavin Dahl about the 16th annual Fly Fishing Film Tour this Saturday at the 4-H Center in Ridgway as well as their river restoration and mine reclamation projects.
  • Delta Health approved a sales tax increase ballot item at their meeting last night. Lisa Young reports. Plus, the water system for the town of Paonia continues to pose a contentious set of challenges. Solid Solutions Geosciences, the company under contract with the town, took issue with Town Trustees and members of the Water Advisory Committee touring the facility. Kate Redmond reports from last week’s Paonia Trustee meeting. *CORRECTION*: A speaker identified in this story as Christina Patterson was in fact her sister Sherin Patterson.
  • This coming Saturday marks the 80th anniversary of an executive order that led to the internment of thousands of Japanese Americans Water. We hear comments from Sen. Michael Bennet on the Senate floor this week ahead of the unanimous vote to establish the Amache National Historic Site on Colorado's Eastern Plains. Plus, Kate Redmond reports water issues were under the microscope again at Paonia’s Trustee meeting last week. And the Ute Mountain Ute tribe is transitioning to renewable energy including solar power after historically relying on fossil fuels. As KSJD’s Sofia Stuart-Rasi reports for our Rocky Mountain Community Radio collaboration, new hydroelectric projects are next.
  • This coming Saturday marks the 80th anniversary of an executive order that led to the internment of thousands of Japanese Americans Water. We hear comments from Sen. Michael Bennet on the Senate floor this week ahead of the unanimous vote to establish the Amache National Historic Site on Colorado's Eastern Plains. Plus, Kate Redmond reports water issues were under the microscope again at Paonia’s Trustee meeting last week. And the Ute Mountain Ute tribe is transitioning to renewable energy including solar power after historically relying on fossil fuels. As KSJD’s Sofia Stuart-Rasi reports for our Rocky Mountain Community Radio collaboration, new hydroelectric projects are next.
  • Montrose Indians, Centennial Braves to change mascots by end of next school yearCOVID made it more difficult to count low-income kidsFederal Court rules…
  • Delta county athletes set four records Saturday at the annual Frank Woodburn Invitational track and field meet in Grand Junction .TrackCedaredge's Reid…
  • IN BASEBALL- After giving away a run in the top of the first and allowing a second run in the top of the second, Paonia got down to business Tuesday…
  • In local high school sports, there's a long-standing tradition of celebrating state champions with a parade through town. On Wednesday, Paonia was honored…